peasecod

[ peez-kod ]
/ ˈpizˌkɒd /

noun

the pod of the pea.
the front of a 16th-century doublet, quilted or stuffed to form a pointed bulge over the stomach and abdomen.

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Origin of peasecod

First recorded in 1325–75, peasecod is from the Middle English word pesecodde.See pease, cod2
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British Dictionary definitions for peasecod

peasecod

peascod

/ (ˈpiːzˌkɒd) /

noun

archaic the pod of a pea plant

Word Origin for peasecod

C14: from pease + cod ²
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